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COLUMBIA 

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GORHAM BEALES, FRANCIS BULLOCK 
WILLIAM WCAHOON.FRANCIS P COLTON 

HENRY H CURTISS, ENOCH GREEN. 
HORATIO W GRIDLEY, ELIHU T HEDGES, 

HENRY W PORTER A JUDSON RAND, 
LEFROY RAVENHILL DAVID SELIGMAN, 

JOHN SNOWDEN, SIDNEY B WORTH, 
STUDENTS 

OF THE 

COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

DIED OF PESTILEMIAL DISEASE 
WHILE SERVING IN THE 

PUBLIC HOSPITALS OF NEW YORK. 
THIS TABLET 

IS ERECTED BV THE FACULTY , 
THAT THE MEMOKV OF THESE 

MARTYRS OF HUMANITY 

MAY NOT DIE ; 

AND THAT TAUGHT BV THEIR EXAMPLE. 

THE GRADUATES OF THE COLLEGE 

1 MAY NEVER HESITATE TO HAZARD LIFE 

IN THE PERFORMANCE OF 

PROFESSIONAL DUTY. 



PRESBYTERIAN 
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President 

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Michael I. Sovern, 
L.L.B., L.L.D. 

Vice President for Health 

Sciences and 

Dean of the Faculty of 

Medicine 



Each of you has completed challenging and strenuous, yet also exciting years at 
P&S. among the finest medical schools in this country. On this high achievement 
you are to be warmly congratulated. We have prepared you well, if we have taught 
you to expect and welcome change, to be prepared for current knowledge becom- 
ing obsolete, and to know how to keep up with progress and acquire new knowl- 
edge. Although not part of the formal curriculum, I hope that you have sensed, 
how much the world of the physician is changing, how much greater are the 
public's expectations of a physician for high professional and personal standards 
and lifestyle. I hope you have found role models among the faculty, models which 
will help you in preserving what must be constants of the profession and in seeking 
roots in tradition while setting the pace for the future. Both in science as in clinical 
practice, the physician succeeds by keeping up with new knowledge, forever curi- 
ous and with a flair for spotting the unusual and unexpected, letting the patient 
have the benefits of those advances, which have stood the test of critical testing, 
openly conducted. Above all, for the physician the patient is a human being, en- 
titled to our compassion, dignity and respect. 



Henrik H. Bendixen, M.D. 



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Associate Dean 
for Student Affairs 



To the Class of "88: 

"88" — the keys on a piano, ebony and ivory, sharps and flats, 
bass and treble, minors and majors, utilized as a whole complement 
each other to produce a spectacular array of compositions. 

Gregorians chanted. Mozarfs pieces were complete when first 
written. Wonder, Lennon and Jackson established new frontiers. 

Each of you will play a piece in medicine. Some will maintain the 
stability, some will sojourn, some will have delicate completeness, 
some will establish new frontiers. All are necessary to make a reward- 
ing whole. 

At P&S you learned the basic sciences as the bass on which to add 
delicate clinical trills. You will maintain intellectual curiosity and ask 
"why not another way?" You are in the midst of phenomenal changes 
in research, patient care and education. 

The pursuit of your medical career should be enjoyed and savored 
and shared. We are here to support you and be your advocates. We 
expect you to produce singles, solos, quartets, concerti and sym- 
phonies. 

Enjoy your performance in the world of medicine! Questo pezzo si 
deve trattare colla piu gran delicatezza. 



Linda D. Lewis, M.D. 



Chairman 
Committee on Admissions 



Andrew G. Frantz, M.D. 




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Donald F. Tapley, M.D. 

Alumni Professor and 

Senior Deputy Vice President 

for Health Sciences 





Lester M. Geller, Ph.D 
Associate Dean for 
Student and 
Curricular Affairs 



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Anatomy and Cell Biology 





Dr. Eladio A. Nunez 



Dr. Michael Gershon, Chairman 



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Dr. Melvin Moss 




Dr. Letty Salentijn-Moss 



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Dr. Charles R. Noback 



Dr. Ernest W. April 




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Dr. Richard T. Ambron 



Dr. Charles A. Ely 



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Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics 





Dr. Alvin I. Krasna 



Dr. Isidore S. Edelman 
Chairman 




Dr. Stephen Goff 




Dr. Parithychery Srinivasan 



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Microbiology 








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Dr. Bernard F. Erlanger, 
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Dr. Harold S. Ginsberg 




Dr. Elvin A. Rabat 




Dr. Benvenuto Pernis 



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Dr. Paul D. Ellner 




Dr. David H. Figurski 




Dr. Charles H. Young 



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Physiology and Cellular Biophysics 




Dr. Samuel C. Silverstein, Chairman 




Dr. David Schachter 




Dr. Mero Nocenti 




Dr. Shu Chien 



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Parasitology 




Dr. Dickson D. E Despommier 



Dr. Philip D'Alesandro 



Neural Science 




Dr. James H. Schwartz 





Dr. Vincent F. Castellucci 



Dr. Eric R. Kandel 



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Pathology 




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Dr. Jay Lefkowitch 




Dr. Margaret M. Grimes 



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Dr. Raymond Gambino 



Dr. Richard Defendini 



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Pharmacology 





Dr. Brian F. Hoffman, Chairman 



Dr. Harold C. Neu 




Dr. Norman Kahn 




Dr. Daniel J. Goldberg 



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Dr. David J. Rothman 

Society and Medicine 






Dr. Joseph L. Fleiss 
Biostatistics 



Dr. Myron Winick and Maudine 

Nutrition 



Dr. William Johnson 
Human Genetics 





Dr. Nigel Paneth 
Epidemiology 



Dr. Stephen Rosenberg 
Health Care Systems 



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Anesthesiology 





Dr. Ellise Delphin 




Dr. Allen I. Hyman, ViceChairman 



Dr. Vincent Cirella 



Dermatology 




Dr. Leonard C. Harber 
Chairman 




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Dr. Robert R. Walther 



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Internal Medicine 




Dr. Glenda J. Garvey 




Dr. Robert M. Glickman 
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Dr. Thomas Q. Morris 



Dr. Gerald B. Appel 




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Dr. Abbie I. Knowlton 









Dr. John N. Loeb 



Dr. Ethel S. Siris 



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Dr. John P. Bilezikian 




Dr. John Lindenbaum 





Dr. Rita A. Charon 





Dr. Robert Canfield 



Dr. Donald A. Holub 



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Dr. Qais Al-Awqati 




Dr. Carmen Ortiz-Neu 




Dr. Constance Park 




Dr. J. Thomas Bigger 



Dr. Vincent P. Butler 



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Neurology 




Dr. Lewis P. Rowland, 
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Dr. Audrey S. Penn 



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Dr. James R. Miller 



Dr. Lucien J. Cote 



Dr. Richard Mayeux 



Rehabilitation Medicine 





Dr. John A. Downey, Chairman 



Dr. Erwin G. Gonzalez 



Dr. Stanley J. Myers 



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Dr. Peter W. Carmel 



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Neurological Surgery 




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Dr. Donald O. Quest 




Dr. Bennett M. Stein 



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Dr. Edgar M. Housepian 



Dpthalmology 



Otolaryngology 




Dr. Charles J. Campbell 
Chairman 




Dr. Jack J. Wazen 




Dr. Maxwell Abramson 
Chairman 



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Obstetrics and Gynecology 




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Dr. Mortimer Rosen 
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Dr. Jack E. Maidman 








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Pediatrics 



Dr. Frederick Bomback 




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Dr. Michael Katz 





Dr. Kenneth H. Katz 



Dr. Martin Nash 



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Surgery 




Dr. Keith Reemtsma 
Chairman 




Dr. Alan Benvenisty 





Dr. Alfred Markowitz 



Dr. Joseph Buda 




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Dr. Henry Spotnitz 





Dr. George J. Todd 




Dr. James R. Malm 



Dr. Eric Rose 



Dr. Paul LoGerfo 



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Dr. Frank Gump 



Dr. Sven Kister 




Dr. Roman Nowygrod 






Dr. Walter Berdon 




Radiology 




Dr. John Austin 



Dr. David H. Baker 
Chairman 



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Orthopedic Surgery 






Dr. Harold M. Dick 
Chairman 



Dr. S. Ashby Grantham 



Dr. Howard A. Kiernan, Jr. 



Urology 




Dr. Carl A. Olsson 
Chairman 




Dr. Peter J. Puchner 





Dr. John K. Lattimer 




Dr. Terry W. Hensle 



Dr. Harris M. Nagler 



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Psychiatry 




Dr. Eric Marcus 



Dr. Carol Bernstein 



Dr. Herbert Pardes 
Chairman 




Dean's Office: (/. to r.) 

Flora Alkins. Laurie Novak, and Joan Popovitch 




Student Affairs and Financial Aid: (/. to r.) 

Idela Daniel, Frances FicUen and Ellen Spilker 



Special People 




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Dean's Office: (I. to r.) 
Jean Burns. Ruth Patakv. and Thelma Cohen 




Minority Affairs and 

Ambulatory 

Care: Margaret Haynes, 

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GRADUATES 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 
COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & 

SURGEONS 
CLASS OF 1988 



41 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 





David Albert 



Frank Arnal 



Jeffrey A. Ascherman 





Edward A. Athanasian 



42 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 






Paul G. Auwaerter 



David E. Bank 



Lynn Barre 





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Konrad N. Barth 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



CLASS OF 1988 





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Thomas G. Bartlett 



M. Anne Blackwood 



John D. Bordiuk 





Lori Brown-Miller 



44 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 






Ann B. Bruner 



Robert J. Burgess 



Charles F. Cain 





Christopher A. Caldarone 



45 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



CLASS OF 988 




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Roberto Calderon 





Scott J. Campbell 



Marie H. Chen 




46 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 





Kenneth Y. Chern 






Patricia Batchelor-Chess 



Timothy P. Codd 



Rany Condos 



47 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 






Kevin B. Costello 





Jonathan David 



James Davidson 



Gregory E. Dean 



48 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



CLASS OF 1988 





Donna L. Densel 





Jeffrey V. Dermksian 



Aidnag Z. Diaz 



John W. DiFiore 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 





Dennis J. Dlugos 



David G. Doctor 



Kenneth L. Dominguez 




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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 




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Paul Elliot 



Darryl D. Esakof 



Andrew S. Feigin 



51 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 





Marc Fishman 






Lawrence G. Foster III 



John R. Franklin 



Pamela U. Freda 



52 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



CLASS OF 1988 






Robert R. Gaiser 



Barbara E. Gardner 



Maria C. Garzon 





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Cynthia I. Gentes 



53 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 






Robin N. Ginsburg 



Paul A. Glazer 



John G. Golfinos 




54 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 







Elizabeth Goodman 



Charles F. Gordon 



Kari L. Gordon 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 




Stuart R. Gordon 



Robert J. Gottner 



Steven M. Greenberg 











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Todd R. Griswold 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



CLASS OF 1988 





Lee Gruber 






Simon J. Hall 



Michael T. Harris 



Kaia M. Heimarck 



57 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



CLASS OF 1988 





Geoffrey B. Higgs 






Michele L. Hines 



Allen Ho 



Alison G. Hoppin 



58 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 





Richard D. Jelsma 






Neil C. Josephson 



Devesh D. Kanjarpane 



59 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



CLASS OF 1988 






Lane S. Kannegieter 



Peter N. Kao 



Troy R. Karlsson 





Barri L. Katz 



60 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 





Hyung Leona Kim 






Peter S. Klainer 



Kenneth H. Kumasaka 



Hakan M. Kutlu 



61 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 





Peter A. Lawrence 



Eric M. Leibert 





Deborah S. Levine 



62 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 






Glenn N. Levine 



Edgar H. Ling 



Grant T. Liu 





Wendy E. Livingston 



63 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 





William Louie 






Susan Lovelle-AHen 



Jonathan H. Lustgarten 



Sharon D. Malone 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 






Rocio Del Carmen Mandry 



James M. Markert, Jr. 



Susan Markush 





John D. Mastrobattista 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 






Janette H. McDermott 



Allison J. McLarty 



Kenneth A. Merkatz 





Thomas H. Metz, Jr. 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 







Douglas N. Mintz 



Rebeca D. Monk 



Joseph A. Muccini, Jr. 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 






Joseph Napoli 



Taylor E. Neff 



Margaret A. Newsam 





Steven A. Odrich 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 








Inbok Paek 






Diana A. Palmer 



Helen C. Panarites 



Richard A. Parker 



69 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 





Sandra Piscatelli 






Scott E. Plevy 



Elizabeth A. Poynor 



Sharon S. Quayle 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 





James M. Quinn 





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Ronald B. Resnick 



Maria Del C. Rivas 



Leonardo R. Rodriguez 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 




Gerald M. Roth 





Louis J. Rubenstein 



Mark S. Rubin 




72 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 







Albert Ruenes 



Ronald J. Scheff 



Henry J. Schiller 



73 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 






Kurt Schluntz 



Randolph P. Scott 



Julie S. Shepard 





Andrew A. Shinar 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 





Joseph Shumway 





Mark D. Siegel 



Elizabeth A. Small 




Joan F. Sorenson 



75 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 






Alexander D. Soutter 



James Spencer 



Karen T. Tashima 




76 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1988 






Sybil A. Tasker 



Adam G. Tattelbaum 



Jeffrey E. Thomas 








Helen K. Tubbs 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



CLASS OF 1988 






Geoffrey M. Wilson 



Diana Newton Wood 



Gail B. Zimmerman 



PHOTOGRAPHS NOT AVAILABLE: 

Robbie A. AH 

Katrin I. Andreasson 

Jonathan M. Barasch 

Vincent J. DeFilippi 

John K. Emy 

Jeffrey Gordon 

Oswald Jules, Jr. 

Stuart D. Lewis 

Kenneth J. Powers 

Derek W. Santiago 

Maria E. Soler 




Gwen L. Zornberg 



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THE HIPPOCRATIC OATH 

"You do solemnly swear, by whatever each of you 
holds most sacred 

That you will be loyal to the Profession of 
Medicine and just and generous to its members 

That you will lead your lives and practice your art 
in uprightness and honor 

That into whatsoever house you enter, it shall be 
for the good of the sick to the utmost of your power, 
your holding yourselves far aloof from wrong, from 
corruption, from tempting of others to vice 

That you will exercise your art solely for the cure 
of your patients, and will give no drug, perform no 
operations, for a criminal purpose, even if solicited, 
far less suggest it that whatsoever you shall see or 
hear of the lives of your patients which is not fitting 
to be spoken, you will keep inviolably secret 

These things you do swear. Let each of you bow 
the head in sign of acquiescence 

And now, if you will be true to this, your oath, 
may prosperity and good repute be ever yours; the 
opposite, if you shall prove yourselves forsworn.'' 



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5. Dilatator nans 




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7. Quad, labii sup. 


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21. Deltoid 


10. Masseter 




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OITUNE FOR MED1CAI HISTORIES ir relish -Spanish) 

Columbia University — Presbyterian Hospital 

NOTE: The chief purpose of this outline, modelled after (he "Atchley form", is 

lo iid the medical interviewer who ipeaks no Spanish It cannot substitute for a 

skilled interpreter 

To better understand response* falling outside this form's rather rigid format, 
it is advisable to read it truer carefully before first using it. to aid in recognizing 
key word*. 




Good moming/aftcrnoon/evening 


Buenos dysbuerus tardea noches 


Sir madamj miss 






Yo soy el doctor 


1 am going to ask you some 


\oy a hacerle unas pregunias 


pertinent questions. 


muy impo names. 


What is your name? 


C6mo sc llama us ted'' 


How old are you? 


Que edad tiene usted? 


Chief Complaint 




What is your trouble'' 


Que se sieme usted 1 


For how long 1 * 


Desde cuando 1 


family Hulor\ 




Are your parents alive 1 


Esran vivos sus padres'' 
Que edad liene ,-l cIIj ' 


Hew old is heJshe 1 


At what age did he' she die 1 


A que' edad murio cl/ella? 


What was the cause of death'' 


Cudl fuc la causa de su muerte 1 


Do you have brothers or sisters? 


Tiene hermanos o hermanas? 


How many" 1 


Cuantos' 


Are they in good health'' 


Tienen buena salud 1 


Have any of your family, relatives 


Entrc ni familia. panentes y 




aniecesores ho habido casos de 


rheumatic disease 




allergy 


alergias 




dolorcs de cabeza 


diabetes 


diabetes 


hypertension 


presion alta v 


renal diseases 


problemas de los n nones 


heart trouble 


problemas del corazon 


cancer/tumor 


cancer/ rumor 


mental disorders 


problemas mentales 


tuberculosis 


tuberculosis 


any other disease' 


cualquicra otra enfermadad? 


Personal History 




1 Where were you bom? 


Donde nocio? 


How long have you lived in NYC 


Cuanto tiempo ha vivido en 




Nueva York? 


Have you travelled recently? 


Ha viajado recieniemente' 


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For how long? 


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Duerme bien? 


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Cuanlas horas? 


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Bebe cafe o tc? , 


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College ol Phvsicians & Surgeons of Columbia University New York. N. Y. 10032 

ADMISSIONS OFFICE 630 West 168th Street 

February 1, 1984 



Dear 



I am happy to inform you that you have been admitted to the next entering 
class of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, which is to be enrolled in 
September of 1984. You have survived as arduous a selection process as we 
have ever experienced and we are pleased to have this opportunity to welcome 
you to student membership in the medical profession. 

You will find information about the probable costs of your first year here 
enclosed, as well as a description of our financial aid policies and a ques- 
tionnaire which will be used to help us to determine the extent of your need 
for financial aid. If you intend to apply for such aid, please send off the 
completed questionnaire as promptly as possible. If you decide to accept our 
offer of admission, no fee will be required to ensure your place in our next 
class. You will receive subsequently information about our orientation and 
enrollment schedule. If you decide subsequently to enroll elsewhere, the 
Committee on Admissions requests that you inform us of your change in plans as 
soon as you can. 

The Committee also requests that you respond to our offer of admission by 
February 22nd. For your convenience, an envelope has been enclosed. If we do 
not receive your reply by that time, we will assume that you do not intend to 
enroll . 

Because our Committee on Admissions has formed so high a regard for your 
potential contributions as a physician, I hope that your reply will be 
favorable. In any event and regardless of where you ultimately enroll, please 
regard this offer of admission as an expression of our pleasure at having met 
someone so well suited to the medical profession. 



Sincerely, 




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Andrew G. Frantz, M.D 
Chairman, Committee on Admissio 




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CONGRATULATIONS 

from the 

VICE PRESIDENT FOR HEALTH 

SCIENCES, 

DEAN AND FACULTY 

of the 

COLLEGE OF 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

AND 

BEST WISHES 

FOR A SUCCESSFUL CAREER 

DEPARTMENT OF 
RADIOLOGY 



Congratulations 

to the 
Class of 1988! 

Best Wishes 

from the 

Department of Urology 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

to the Class of 1988 

BEST WISHES 

FOR THE 

FUTURE 

from the 

DEPARTMENT OF 

SURGERY 



Peter Altman. M.D. 
Alan Benvenisty, M.D. 
Joseph A. Buda, M.D. 
Alison Estabrook, M.D. 
Peter Geller, M.D. 
Paul A. Gerst, M.D. 
Rajinder Ghandi, M.D. 
Mark A. Hardy, M.D. 
Norman E. Hugo. M.D. 
David C. Ju, M.D. 
Sven J. Kister, M.D. 
James R. Malm, M.D. 
George C. Peck, M.D. 
Eric A. Rose, M.D. 
John Schullinger. M.D. 
Charles Stolar, M.D. 



George Todd. M.D. 
Philip D. Weidel, M.D. 
Hugh Auchincloss, M.D. 
David Carberry, M.D. 
Carl R. Feind, M.D. 
Frank E. Gump, M.D. 
Frederic P. Herter, M.D. 
Thomas C. King, M.D. 
Peter Liebert, M.D. 
Alfred M. Markowitz, M.D. 
John B. Price, Jr., M.D. 
Craig R. Smith, M.D. 
Francis Symonds, Jr., M.D. 
Arthur Voorhees, Jr., M.D. 
Bashir Zikria, M.D. 
Harold Barker, M.D. 



Frederick O. Bowman, M.D. 
Arthur Cooper, M.D. 
Kenneth Forde, M.D. 
David V. Habif, Sr., M.D. 
Leif O. Holgersen, M.D. 
Alfred Jaretzki III, M.D. 
Paul LoGerfo, M.D. 
Roman Nowygrod, M.D. 
Keith Reemtsma, M.D. 
Thomas V. Santulli. M.D. 
Henry Spotnitz, M.D. 
Michael Stalnecker, M.D. 
Paul Starker, M.D. 
Michael R. Treat, M.D. 
Collin J. Weber, M.D. 



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Congratulations 

from the Members 

of the 

Department of Medicine 







Compliments of 






THE PRESBYTERIAN HAIR STYLING SALON 




Joseph Prestipino, manager 






Hrs: Mon-Fri 8-5 


Presb. Hosp. — 1st floor, Rm. 


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Sat 9-3 


Tel. 212-305-2898 






No appt. 


necessary 



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GREETINGS 

FROM THE 

DEPARTMENT OF 

NEUROLOGY 



BEST OF LUCK 

THE DEPARTMENT OF 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1988 

DEPARTMENT OF 

NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1988 

OUR BEST WISHES FOR 

YOUR FUTURE 

HAPPINESS 

AND CONTINUED 

SUCCESS 



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FROM THE 
DEPARTMENTS OF: 
ANATOMY AND CELL BIOLOGY 
BIOCHEMISTRY AND 

MOLECULAR BIOPHYSICS 
HUMAN GENETICS AND 

DEVELOPMENT 
MICROBIOLOGY 
PATHOLOGY 
PHARMACOLOGY 
PHYSIOLOGY AND CELLULAR 

BIOPHYSICS 



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Dearest Gwen, 


We, the undersigned, are overwhelmed by a 


tremendous feeling of pride that can only be 


surpassed by our love. We all salute you for a 


job well done and wish you continued success ! 


and the fulfillment of all your dreams. 


Love always, 


Bina and Ely 


Deb and Eric 


Cousins, aunts and uncles 


Chennie and friends, and 


Mom and Dad Zornberg 



"■yam not gf/xud of tomorrow ' l /o/- /? Aaoe 
seen un&te/x/qn and ' S /ooc too/qu. " 

Witiam . {//en If/ate 



Best of luck and all good wishes to the 
class of 1988. 

Dr. and Mrs. Trevelyan E. Palmer 



Congratulations and best wishes P&S — 
1988 

Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Freda 



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To: PETER SCOTT KLAINER 

Our pride is exceeded only by our love. 

May all your dreams come true. 

Mom, Dad, Lori and Traci 



To: Peter and his fellow colleagues, the 

class of 1988. 

Congratulations and much success in all 

your future personal and professional 

endeavors. 

Dr. and Mrs. Albert S. Klainer & family 



Congratulations to Stuart Gordon and the 

Class of '88. 

The Gordon family 

and, of course, 

Elizabeth. 




Congratulations to Robin and the P&S Class of 1988!! 
Your future has just begun — may it be long and fulfilling. 

Mom, Dad, Laurie and Stephen 



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To Jeff and the Class of 1988 — 
Congratulations on all your 
accomplishments. Best wishes for your 
future success 

With admiration and love, 

Dr. and Mrs. George Dermksian 

and Greg 





The family of Wendy Livingston wishes 
all graduates a happy future in medicine. 



Congratulations to 

Joseph A. Muccini, Jr. 

from Mom, Dad and Nick. 





CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

TO THE CLASS OF 1988 

AND ESPECIALLY TO 

SUSAN LOVELLE-ALLEN 

Mr. & Mrs. Stanley A. Lovelle, Jr. 
and Family 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

AND 

BEST WISHES 

TO THE CLASS OF 1988 

FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF 

PEDIATRICS 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1988 

THE DEPARTMENT 

OF 

REHABILITATION MEDICINE 



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Congratulations to the Class of 1988 

from the 
Department of Orthopedic Surgery 



BEST WISHES FOR 

A LONG AND 

PRODUCTIVE CAREER 



THE DEPARTMENT OF 

OBSTETRICS AND 

GYNECOLOGY 

IN THE 

100TH YEAR OF THE 

SLOANE HOSPITAL 

FOR WOMEN 



THE DIVISION OF 
TROPICAL MEDICINE 

Your consultant for 
parasitic diseases 



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Congratulations 
and Best Wishes 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1988 

DEPARTMENT OF DERMATOLOGY 



Congratulations to the Class of 1988 




We at the Columbia Medical Center Bookstore extend our congratulations to 

the members of the Class of 1987. We hope that our books have helped 

you to build a firm foundation for your careers and we look forward to 

accommodating your future educational needs. 

The Columbia University Medical Center Bookstore 

Medical Center 650 West 168th St., New York, N.Y. 10032 Tel. (212) 694-4044 

a service of Barnes & Noble 



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THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

OF THE 

COLLEGE 

OF 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS 

AND A 

WARM WELCOME 

TO OUR NEWEST 

MEMBERS 

THE CLASS 

OF 

1988 



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Columbia Center Coffee 

Shop, Restaurant 

and Deli 

Fine foods and Groceries 

Congratulations 
Class of 1988 

83 Haven Ave. 
927-3300 
927-3301 



The Haven Coffee Shop 
Pizza and Deli Restaurant 

228 Fort Washington Ave. & 169th Street 

New York. N.Y. 10032 

Tel. 927-6685 

And 

Reme's Restaurant 

4021 Broadway and 169th Street 

New York. N.Y. 10032 

Tel. 923-5452 

The Management and the Personnel of these fine 

Restaurants Extend Our Congratulations and Best 

Wishes to All our Dear Friends of P & S Class of 1988 

of Columbia University for a Successful Career and 

Brilliant Future.' 



The Staff of the 
HEALTH SCIENCES HOUSING 

OFFICE 

Extends Their Congratulations 

To 
THE CLASS OF '88 



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Sloan's Supermarkets 



Congratulates 

the 
Class of 1988 

and 
wishes them all 

the best 
for the future 



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THE FACULTY 

OF THE 

DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL 

EDUCATION 

AND 

THE ATTENDING STAFF 

OF 
OVERLOOK HOSPITAL 

CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 1988 

"SEE YOU NEXT YEAR" 



Overlook 
Hospital 




Summit, NJ 07901 

201/522-2085 



A Major teaching affiliate Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons 



Congratulation to 
The Class of 1988 




4015 Broadway 

New York City 10032 

Corner 169th Street 

212-928-1234 



St. Luke's-Roosevelt 
Hospital Center 

Congratulates the 

Class of 1988, 

thanks them for their efforts 

in support of patient care at the 

Hospital Center, and wishes 

the Class 

the best in the future. 



ST. LUKFSROOSEVELT 

Hospital Center 



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THE AFFILIATED HOSPITALS 



HARLEM HOSPITAL CENTER 

Opposite page 



ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 




ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL 

Opposite page 



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OVERLOOK HOSPITAL 



MORRISTOWN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 




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THE MARY IMOGENE BASSETT 
HOSPITAL 



HELEN HAYES HOSPITAL 




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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 
CLASS OF 1988 



Now that you're starting out in your medical 
career, you'll be spending so much time examining 
the health of others, you may not have time to 
examine the state of your own finances. So while 
you're helping your patients keep physically fit, 
our goal is to keep you fiscally fit. 

As a student, you've had the benefits of Chemical's 
free checking and a ChemBankcard. As a recent 
graduate, you're also invited to take advantage of 
Chemical's free financial counseling as well as 
financial planning seminars specially designed for 
health care professionals. 

It's Chemical's way of not only wishing you 
career success, but of ensuring your financial 
success, too. 

Chemical Bank 

Daisy Velez, Branch Manager 
1146 St. Nicholas Ave. Main Lobby 

(at 167th Street) Columbia Presbyterian Hospital 

N.Y., N.Y. 10032 168th Street, N.Y., N.Y. 10032 

GhemicalBaink 

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BEST WISHES 
FROM THE 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1988 

from 

MORRISTOWN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

a major teaching affiliate of 
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons 



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ARE YOU OK? 
ARE YOU OK? 
YOU ARE? 

WELL CONGRATULATIONS ON 

BEING CERTIFIED IN 

ADVANCED MED SCHOOL LIFE SUPPORT 

GOOD LUCK FROM THE DEPARTMENT 
OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 



"We write our own destiny 
... we become what we 
do." 
Madame Chiang Kai-Shek 



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Yearbook Staff 

Editor-in-Chief Robin Nina Ginsburg 

Layout, Photography 

Advertising Allison McClarty 

Typing Joe Muccini 

Faculty Section Sandy Piscatelli, Sam Soutter 

Mailings Len Rodriguez 




With special thanks to those people whose emotional, instructive, and 
financial contributions supported us during the past four years . . . 

— our parents, family and friends 

— the faculty 

— Jean Bums, Ruth Pataky and the whole staff in the Dean's Office 

— the P & S Club and Marcia 

— Ed Thornton, Joe Donovan and the Hunter Publishing Company 

— our Patrons and Benefactors 








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